The Wright Center hosts regular event series intended to educate, inform and grow the clinical research community at VCU, VCU Health, in Richmond and beyond.
The series below are only some of the Wright Center’s robust educational programming. The center's calendar lists all upcoming events. And sign up for the Wright Center's regular newsletter for notice of upcoming events in your inbox.
This regular lunch series invites the VCU research community to learn the ins and outs of a wide variety of topics that will help them grow as researchers. Topics include publishing, compliance, data science, cohort discovery, grant writing, research resources and more. Whetting series logo [View Image]
The grant writing series invites successful researchers to share their experience receiving national grants and offer advice and tips on how to win those grants. Topics include grants from National Institutes of Health, Department of Defense, National Science Foundation and more. Grant Writing series logo [View Image]
The K Award Seminar Series brings together successful K Award recipients and K Award mentors with aspiring K awardees, bringing tips and tricks on mastering the application to those looking to earn the prestigious National Institutes of Health grant. View past events on its Kaltura page. K Award series logo [View Image]
Co-hosted with VCU Health, the Clinical Research Town Hall series is a monthly series that will address a plethora of topics pertaining to clinical research, provide updates from VCU and VCU Health, and address hot button issues or concerns. Clinical Research Town Hall banner [View Image]
CReSS brings guest speakers and VCU experts to present on and discuss topics that train research administrators and coordinators on core competencies in clinical research. View some CReSS events on the Translational Workforce Development Kaltura channel. CReSS logo [View Image]
The Wright Center’s informatics team puts on recurring series to train researchers in the capabilities and opportunities of informatics, biostatistics, natural language processing and more. VCU employees can access some of those seminar and course recordings through the Bioinformatics Kaltura channel.
Faculty and staff at VCU involved in human subjects research can bring their questions about how to do clinical research at the university and health system to Wright Center experts during regular consulting hours. consulting hours image [View Image]
The Wright Center hosts regular meetings of the central Virginia chapter meetings of the Society of Clinical Research Associates, where experts engage on topical issues in clinical research. View some SOCRA events on the Translational Workforce Development Kaltura channel.
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Co-hosted by the VCU Institute of Engineering and Medicine and the Office of the Vice President for Research and Innovation, Bench to Community is a regularly occurring seminar series for researchers interested in medical device development. View past events on its Kaltura channel. Bench to Community logo [View Image]